Parliamentary Debates

He was Minister of Tourism on us with the Opposition dividing the during the term
of the Labour Governo House on every issue . I am not a ... That is not the
purpose of the members to the debate on the Tourist corporation . However , the
rest of ...

Parliamentary Debates

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Issue of Women in Tourism Development Debate

Long after the damage has been done in many parts of the world, the impact of
tourism is being described and catalogued -- but only up to a point. To the extent
that women have been considered at all in the debate about tourism, is generally
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Issue of Women in Tourism  Development Debate

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Critical Debates in Tourism

In particular, the chapter examines the concern that tourism education is living in
the past and has not adapted to the needs of the 21st century. There are two key
areas of concern. Firstly, since '9/11' and the climate change debate, are we ...

Critical Debates in Tourism

Author: Tej Vir Singh

Publisher: Channel View Publications

ISBN: 1845413423

Page: 398

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The book is a landmark volume which examines perplexing tourism debates such as the relevance of mass tourism, climate change, authenticity, tourism and poverty and slow tourism. Multidisciplinary in content, it covers applied aspects of sociology, anthropology, humanities and biosciences. The book is unique in its presentation and style and will be an essential resource for scholars, academics and practitioners.

Parliamentary Debates

I shall prove that the that this motion should not have been Labour Government
did nothing but put forward . humbug the country and confuse the The Tourist
Hotel Corporation , in my issue . I thought that , in replying to the opinion , has
done ...

Parliamentary Debates

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Cultural Tourism in Australia

Introduction Throughout the world in both the arts and tourism industries the term
cultural tourism is gaining increasing currency . ... It is unfortunate that the debate
about cultural tourism has proceeded without its multi - faceted nature and its ...

Cultural Tourism in Australia

Author: Peter Brokensha

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The report of a study commissioned by the Department of the Arts, Sport, the Environment and Territories in 1991 to investigate attitudes to cultural tourism among tourist bodies; to estimate the value, economic and social effects of such tourism; to identify limiting factors to cultural tourism; and to recommend ways and means of increasing the benefits of cultural tourism to the community. Includes a bibliography and a glossary of acronyms.

Tourism Recreation Research

Opening Up New Spaces in the Sustainable Tourism Debate BILL BRAMWELL
Conceptualizations of sustainable tourism have broadened over recent years so
that its coverage is often far more comprehensive . Despite that increase in scope
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Tourism Recreation Research

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Annals of Tourism Research

The results also identify a significant debate over intensive tourism development
on undeveloped barrier islands and coastline in the east , specifically in the
South Atlantic and Middle Atlantic Census Divisions . The Temporal Context of
the ...

Annals of Tourism Research

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Sustainable Development of Tourism

Hall , C.M. and Lew , A. A. , Sustainable Tourism : A Geographical Perspective ,
Longman , 1998 . ... This chapter argues that the debate on sustainable tourism
could be enriched by making greater reference to the wider debate on economic
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Sustainable Development of Tourism

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China Tourism

C the debate , there are two participants , one standing and one sitting . The one
who stands raises questions . He shows an inspiring presence by stretching his
robe , moving his prayer beads and clapping his hands . The one who sits ...

China Tourism

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Tourism Market Trends

Furthermore, the Danish Tourist Board launched a general debate with the
industry, organisations, politicians etc. on a new vision of Danish tourism 2010.
The debate was launched on the board's annual Tourism Conference in
November ...

Tourism Market Trends

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Tourism and the Less Developed World

In monetary and statistical terms, the rise of tourism in Thailand has been
phenomenal. ... The debate around tourism in Thailand is becoming increasingly
focused on the issue of prostitution and whether there is a direct causal
relationship ...

Tourism and the Less Developed World

Author: David Harrison

Publisher: CABI

ISBN: 085199704X

Page: 272

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Many less developed countries are expanding their tourism industries and these are seen to be crucial to their economic development. Yet such activities can also create social, cultural and environmental problems.This book provides a review of many of the key issues involved in tourism in developing countries and presents a range of case studies. These are interpreted from a perspective of the sociology and anthropology of development. Case study chapters are presented from Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Latin America and Oceania. The book provides essential reading for advanced students and researchers in tourism and development studies.

Slow Tourism

Slowness – as it intersects with travel, tourism and mobilities in general –
reconfigures a persisting debate in the tourism literature. It does so by connecting
that debate directly to two categories of current concern: environmental
sustainability; ...

Slow Tourism

Author: Simone Fullagar

Publisher: Channel View Publications

ISBN: 1845412818

Page: 233

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This book examines the emerging phenomenon of slow tourism, addressing growing consumer concerns with quality leisure time, environmental and cultural sustainability, as well as the embodied experience of place. Drawing on a range of international case studies, the book explores how slow tourism encapsulates a range of lifestyle practices, mobilities and ethics.

Tourism Culture Communication

The conclusion of the previous analysis is that many times the actors in the
debate were not talking about the same ... had proved to be a misleading one ,
bringing more chaos to the massive use of the term . the way tourism experts use
it .

Tourism  Culture   Communication

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